Win UEFA Champions League tickets
- Kick-off for the second round of the "Take a Ticket" online contest
- Incredible first season with 16,000 fans and 500,000 visitors on our platforms
- New game – new chance: Two tickets for the Champions League can be won every day
The sound of the vuvuzelas of the Football World Championship has just faded away and the next highlight is already coming up: the UEFA Champions League season 2010-2011. In time for the kick-offs of the top games, football can not only be experienced on the field but online as well, as the interactive platform "Take a Ticket" enters its second round. Already the first season gave proof of the enthusiasm for football, with about 500,000 visitors and incredible 16,000 Facebook-fans demonstrating their skills in online football and, with a bit of luck, winning tickets for the UEFA Champions League.
This season, football skills can be tested again: Thousands of fans can celebrate success and win tickets under the theme of "Kick it to the next level". Thanks to improved design and new game levels, the game is even more fun now. At http://www.bankaustria.at/ or http://www.take-a-ticket.eu/ you can demonstrate your ability and with a bit of luck you can experience the football atmosphere not only online but also live at the games of the UEFA Champions League.
Within UniCredit, Bank Austria is the subholding responsible Central and Eastern Europe. UniCredit is a large international bank with a strong presence in 22 European countries as well as offices in 27 more markets, with about 9,600 branches and more than 162,000 employees, as of March 31, 2010.
In Central and Eastern Europe, UniCredit operates the largest international bank network with more than 4,000 branches.
At the moment, the group is present in the following countries: Azerbaijan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Germany, Estonia, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Austria, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary and Ukraine.
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